A lovely hoop wreath is a quick and easy way to add a soft touch of Disney to your spring décor!
This was a fun little craft that did not take up much time and did not need much to make it! I used flowers that I already had lying around, along with some burlap ribbon, three store-bought embroidery hoops, and a cute little padded Mouse head applique. The sizes of embroidery hoops that I used were 8 inch (1 for the head) and 4 inch (2 for the ears).
I used a multi-surface adhesive to attach the smaller hoops to the larger hoop. E6000 is my go-to adhesive because it works on a variety of surfaces. I can use it on all the numerous crafting and home décor projects I usually have going on at one time! Although it dries fairly fast, it still gives you plenty of time to move stuff around on your project to get it where you like before it sets.
Using wire cutters, I trimmed flowers from larger clusters that I already had. I also made a single loop bow out of my burlap ribbon.
Using the adhesive, I attached all my pieces to the top of the hoop wreath, adjusting the placement as I went, until I was happy with the result. I finished it off by adding my padded mouse appliqué.
I love how this turned out! Such a cute project easily completed in one afternoon!
The soft, airy feel of this wreath goes perfectly in our guest room against the sage green walls.
If you decide to give this Minnie Wreath Home Décor project a try, we would love to see your results! So tell us about it and share your images in our gallery.
By Kristin Fougeron|2021-05-27T14:24:04+00:00May 27th, 2021|Comments Off on minnie wreath
Hi, I’m Kristin and I have been married to my college sweetheart for over 31 years and we have two boys, one dog, one cat and a beautiful granddaughter. I am passionate about scrapbooking and anything Disney related. I have been scrapbooking for over 23 years after we adopted my first son with decorative scissors and stickers. It is difficult for me to describe my own style, but I love white space, clusters and adding little bits and pieces. I love trying new tips and tricks on my scrapbook pages.